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We went to Thousand-Buddha Hill (Qianfoshan) today. Many steps to climb to see several temples, including the huge Xingguochan Temple, the beautiful Maitreya Buddha and the lying Buddha with a Swastika on his chest, and a cave of 130 buddha statues.
We later found out that there is also Thousand Buddha Cliff which is a different place, 35 km away from Jinan with more Buddhas carved along a 35m wall.
We then went to Yinhuchi Jie (Muslim Food Street).
... but cleared a little bit while we were there.
We came down and visited the Dai Temple, which was built in the design of the Forbidden City.
We then went to the Muslim area of Jinan about 6pm and had a lovely meal in a Muslim restaurant, followed by a wander down a Muslim Food Street with open air cafes and a lively atmosphere. I bought a red Chinese jacket for 220yuan from some lovely ladies in a little shop.
... picture taken with you at times makes one feel as though they are some kind of movie star. The Chinese people I have encountered on my time here in China have helped form a very positive outlook for me regarding the Chinese people. My next post I will update on some of my travels, places I would recommend seeing as well as some do and don’ts I have learnt during my time here. Please feel free to comment with any suggestions or if you would just like to commend the blog Peace out. ...
... t observe this same liking, because cold drinks are few and far between here. They like to drink warm drinks, no matter what meal and no matter what weather. Sure it may be 80 degrees outside, but doggone it the Chinese are drinking hot water and hot tea!
In an earlier post I mentioned my stay with Chen Min's auntie and my lesson on properly serving Chinese tea. Well, on Saturday this same Auntie invited us to return to Zibo ...
... than others in China and the house really reflected that. The walls, ceiling, and light fixtures were adorned with matching designs that complimented the heavy wooden, traditional furniture in the dining and living room areas. The walls were decorated with tasteful traditional accents, and the shelves as well. Definitely the number one on my list of nicest Chinese homes visited!
That night, a lot of Chen Min's family joined ...